Wednesday, October 27, 2021

The best deals and offers for National Coffee Day

This Sunday is National Coffee Day. The annual holiday and others like it around the country don’t really do much for the growth of the coffee industry. Yes, people love their coffee, and yes, the rewards programs of coffee sellers make for happy customers. But every year it still feels as if the day is just another notch on the celebration belt, but in actuality, coffee enthusiasts have no excuse to not spend money, and lots of coffee companies have been supporting the cause for years with various discounts and other perks.

Before you succumb to the temptation of your sugar craving and instead get yourself a decaf option, now’s the time to check out the discounts to and from some of the leading coffee purveyors.

Dunkin’

For those eager to taste a bit of pumpkin spice with their caffeine, the coffee giant will deliver its pumpkin spice roast in a specially priced cup in their restaurants across the nation starting April 27 through May 5, so you don’t have to suffer through having to sacrifice the spice to enjoy your java. Dunkin’ will also offer $1 off coffee on April 28 with codes at participating locations.

Panera

With a healthy breakfast meal as its foundation, Panera has figured out a great way to capture your attention: a coupon to buy a drink and use for free. Between April 30 and May 31, customers who use the in-store coupon when using Red Card or Digital Order Pickup will receive free self-serve cups of their favorite coffee, espresso or hot cocoa, and free drinks with digital orders on May 1. Meanwhile, the chain will close down at 3 p.m. on Wednesday to celebrate with a free cup of coffee and dessert.

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Starbucks

To honor National Coffee Day, Starbucks will roll out the real deal on April 29. You can now load up on rewards just by ordering and reaching a specified level with $1 or more in drink purchases. You can also receive a free tall brewed coffee and small packaged coffee if you buy a bag of specially marked coffee between April 27 and May 11. Additionally, on April 29 Starbucks will offer a free 16-ounce espresso infused drink, like a Frappuccino or Cappuccino, for the first 20,000 customers in the stores nationwide. Additionally, on National Coffee Day, the chain will close for regular hours at 7 a.m. in an effort to honor the coffee beverage.

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Taste the Difference

Beverage retail chain, Taste the Difference, will give away 20,000 free medium brewed beans and 2,000 free small brewed beans between April 27 and May 8. Plus, between April 30 and May 11, customers can bring in their Taste the Difference bags to a participating retailer, and receive a $20 gift card for the purchase of a coffee of their choosing. And for the final week, grocery stores will also have offers of their own, like Tropicana, offering $2 off its blends (while supplies last) at participating stores.

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Costco

Costco is using National Coffee Day to get around what it claims is “sour” coverage that roasts create and marketing in a new product that is a real win for coffee connoisseurs. The brand’s new coffee blends and single-origin beans will be available at a discount, even though the pack typically cost $3.99 to $4.99. The current offerings will also carry the retailer’s 5 percent off credit card offer for the past few years. Plus, the offer is available through Wednesday.

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